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  • v. Present participle of outgaze.


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  • A stumpy semi-idiot with shining, oily face and child-staring eyes, who clutched the railing with both big hands and stood comically in huge clothes, his eyes outgazing the judge.

    The Nine-Tenths

  • Plainly enough these might be found by anybody having any core of rest inside him, or any gift of turning over upon a rigidly neutral side, and considerably outgazing the color of his eyes.

    Mary Anerley : a Yorkshire Tale


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